Monday, March 12, 2018

Twin Chairs

These chairs were done in an Oatmeal color fabric that has the look and feel of Wool!

The story of wool starts in Asia Minor during the Stone Age; approximately 10,000 years ago!
Woolens became part of the riches of Babylon.
In Spain wool trade help finance the voyages of Columbus.
In 1377 England's King Edward III "the royal wool merchant"; stopped woven goods imports and domestic weaving of  foreign wool.
By 1660 wool textile exports were 2/3 of England's foreign commerce.
Despite the fact that England discouraged the wool industry in North America, a few smuggled sheep had become of 100,000 sheep by 1665 and the wool industry flourished in America.
Both Washington and Jefferson had flocks of sheep and both were inaugurated in wool suits.
Wool is a renewable source as sheep thrive in all 50 states.
Sheep fill our fiber needs today just as they have for centuries.

Friday, March 9, 2018

ATV Seat......

This seat was done in a Vintage Vinyl!
Remember the 1960's glitter vinyl that was popular in boats?
This is it!
Gotta love that this customer was not afraid to make a statement with the seat!

Monday, February 19, 2018

Customer Picture....

From: JD Watson 
Date: Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 4:17 PM
Subject: Wow

To quote Sue...we couldn't  be happier with the results!

 Thanks again and we'll be in touch regarding the camper cushions.

 John Watson & Sue Parks

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Side Chair Before and After

This is such a cute little side chair.  
And is definitely in need of a make-over!
Going from 1980's Mauve.......

To a Seaglass and Green!......

Love how this turned out!
With the addition of a small lumbar pillow made out of the welt fabric from the chair; this chair has some splash of color and a little character!

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Iron vs. Steamer

 Running a garmet steamer over your upholstered furniture can give it new life!
 The steam deodorizes and sanitizes without using any chemicals.
AND you will not have this happen!
 Most upholstery weight fabrics are not made to have hot metal applied directly to the fabric!
If your cushions are starting to look a little shabby; use a steamer!
Do not let the head of the steamer rest directly on the fabric as it could mark it as well; but never use an iron! 
We don't think that a melted image of your iron is something you want to look at everyday!

Friday, February 2, 2018

1968 GMC Bench Seat

This seat was in such bad condition. 
Nothing left but the frame.
And now....It's ready for some long drives!
Tweed Body with Vinyl box.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Breakfast Nook

Such a fun look!

This is an Olive faux Crocodile Leather......
Small Black screws hold the backs in place to add to this customer's overall Industrial look!

With the right table in the center.....
This will be a fantastic addition to this beautiful home!